Veterans from the Marines, Air Force, Army and Navy attend a Veteran’s Day ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Va., Nov. 11, 2010. DOD photo by Cherie Cullen
this isn’t going to ruin my blog… and it won’t ruin yours either. have a heart and reblog this in honour of them men and women who go out there and fight for us… and our freedom.
my heart. i can’t.
that brought tears.. thats so sad.
if you had a heart, you’d reblog.this scares me now that my brother is going to the Army….oh sweet fuckery
this is heart wrenching
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This faithful labrador retriever, Hawkeye, would not leave the side of his Navy Seal owner after he was killed in Afghanistan.
He led the rest of the family down the aisle into the funeral service in Rockford, Iowa.
Although the owner would often come and go, the dog was always by his side through everything and was a huge part of his life.
Upon reaching the casket, the dog heaved a a sigh and dropped down on the ground in front of his owner.
1,500 friends and family watched this act and continued to mourn the Seal. This loving act was photographed not for publicity, but out of respect for the owner and his dog.
Hawkeye would not leave the site, but was eventually taken and looked after by a close friend of the seal.
Please like and share this post if you would like to show your respects to the dog and his owner.